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The key purpose of a selection interview is to assess the skills, experience and general background of the candidate in order to make a decision on his or suitability for the job.
The employer should take steps to avoid complaints of discrimination arising from the arrangements for the interview or the nature of the questioning.
The employer should ensure that it makes adequate records of what is said at the interview.
16 Mar 2020
The number of companies using video interviews to hire staff spiked by 67% in the past four weeks due to...
13 Feb 2020
The decision to deny an experienced lawyer a job because he was considered...
6 Feb 2020
Ex-armed forces personnel will be guaranteed interviews for civil service jobs, the government has announced.
So long as they meet...
16 Jan 2020
Ava Moore alleged she was turned down because of her gender identity.
3 Jan 2020
Downing Street wants to hire “weirdos and misfits with odd skills” to help Boris Johnson’s new government, says Dominic Cummings.
18 Sep 2019
One fifth (22%) of prestigious Russell Group university graduates have yet to secure a full-time job, compared to 30% of...
10 Sep 2019
Despite many employers making efforts to improve their candidate experience, some still fall short on the simplest aspects. Lee Biggins,...
3 Sep 2019
Ending employers' ability to ask candidates about salary history could help tackle gender and ethnicity pay gaps but how best to achieve this?
29 Aug 2019
Research into recruitment experiences has underlined the potential damage caused to brands by negative processes
22 Aug 2019
One in eight (12%) employers would be reluctant to hire a woman who could become pregnant and one in seven...
22 Aug 2019
Half of UK workers are put off applying for a role because of jargon in a job description, according to...
30 Jul 2019
PROMOTED | Inclusion is a key issue for any recruitment professional, but how can you make sure your business is doing all it can to attract, and retain, a wide-range of talent?
18 Jul 2019
A teacher who was overlooked for a promotion because she was working reduced hours has received a £5,000 pay out...
21 May 2019
Confidence may be a welcome attribute in a job applicant but overconfidence, suggests new research, can drive inequalities, stifle social...